Satori garden design offers full-service ornamental and edible landscape design, install oversight and garden coaching.  Garden design and implementation is done using the most sustainable practices in relationship to plants, water and materials. More importantly, the process of arriving at a design is one of collaboration, education and discovery.


A lot has happened over these past few months; however, one thing that remains the same is the garden in all its spring glory. Happy Spring Y’all! The post How Does Our Garden Grow? appeared first on The Urban Homestead. [...]
Thu, Apr 27, 2017
Coming June 13, 2017… The Urban Homestead Podcast/Radio show! Keep your eye out for details via this blog & social media platforms on how to attend live podcast recording sessions, and so much more! Grow the Future! Be part of the HomeGrown Revolution by becoming an Urban Homestead Patron today! The post We’re [...]
Wed, Apr 26, 2017
Can you guess what we are up to? Stay tuned for all the exciting details! The post Take A Gander appeared first on The Urban Homestead. [...]
Tue, Apr 25, 2017
Here’s an article I wrote for Permaculture Research Institute (PRI) – “Do People Really Care about the Environment?”, which looks at current research showing how sustainable different nations are, their attitudes to sustainability, and the root causes of unsustainable behaviour. … → [...]
Wed, Apr 12, 2017
What are citrus galls? Citrus galls are unsightly swellings caused by a tiny female citrus gall wasp (Bruchophagus fellis) which lays her eggs in the soft new growth of citrus trees in spring. As the new growth hardens off, … → [...]
Mon, Apr 10, 2017
Dear Family, Friends, Neighbors and Volunteers, Our family wishes to express our sincere gratitude to each of you who attended, helped out, donated their talent, time, food and more! There were so many special moments and tributes (See memorialhandout ), too many to list. Even though this was an emotional event, we [...]
Sat, Apr 08, 2017
Wolf Garten Ks2K Fixed Hand Tool Weeding And Planting Knife (You can click the image or link above to view product details or purchase this book from Amazon and support Deep Green Permaculture!) A Weeding and Planting Knife … → [...]
Thu, Mar 23, 2017
Natural pest control techniques such as companion planting can control most of your small garden pests such as insects, but what can gardeners do about birds and animals? The seasonal event of birds and other critters stripping fruit trees clean … → [...]
Thu, Mar 09, 2017